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Auto Logoff

Rahim Arman
Occasional Contributor

Auto Logoff

I set the autologoff by setting "export TMOUT=60" in .profile file.If the user
is login into the Unix then to Oracle Application,the autologoff is not
working.Even after a minute without any interaction with shell the user is
still in the system.When I do "finger -i | grep username " ,I can see the user
is
idle passed the TMOUT time.(In this case 60 second).
Any idea how to solve this problem.


Regards
Arman
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Paul Hite_2
Frequent Advisor

Re: Auto Logoff

Setting TMOUT only affects the shell itself. Other applications, like Oracle,
are free to examine TMOUT and also respect it, but few applications do.